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Mother Goose, Nursery Rhymes

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Transcript of Mother Goose, Nursery Rhymes

Nonsense Poetry
Hannah (Panelist 4)
-use sounds to make music
-Humor in absurdity
-Has its own rules
-confirms reality
Edward Lear
Brief History, Famous Authors & Nursery Rhymes
Some Well-known Poetry
Did you enjoy it?
Do you have any questions?
Mother Goose, Nursery Rhymes
Mother Goose, Nursery Rhymes

William Miller(1810-1872)
Would you like a Treat? Answer this!
What is your favorite Mother Goose, Lullaby, or Nursery rhyme?
What do you like about it?
(images, words, language, etc.)

Lullaby
Existed as early as Ancient times (Early Middle Ages)
soothing songs that helps children fall asleep
aid them from any fears
simple and repetitive
alternates from tonic to dominant harmonies
Elements of Poetry
W.W. Denslow
Denslow's Work +Riddles
Humpty Dumpty
The importance of Mother Goose/Nursery Rhymes

Builds Fluency
Builds Vocabulary
Prepares children to read
Builds Rhythm
Teach Memorization
Builds cultural currency
John Newberry
(1713-1767)
"Father of Children's Literature"
English publisher of books who first made Children's Literature profitable and sustainable
"Mother Goose's Melody" with the help of Isaiah Thomas and William Henry Whitmoore
1761

New edition
Sarah Josepha Hale (1788-1899)
American Author & Editor
"Mary Had A Little Lamb"
Emma (Panelist 7)
Roald Dahl
"One of the greatest children story tellers of the 20th century."

Dahl was born in Whales and served in WWII under the Royal Air Force.
In the late 1940's he gained popularity for his children and adult works.
His most famous stories include: James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG, and Matilda.
Princess
Princess
Princess
Princess

Brief History, Famous Authors and Nursery Rhymes (continued)
rhyme
imagery
symbolism
personification
form
alliteration
metaphor
simile
meter
rhythm
onomatopoeia
Influence on Today's Media
Hannah (Panelist 4)
Gabby
Gabby
Panelist 3
L. Frank Baum
Would You Like A Treat?Answer This!
What was one of Denslow's most famous piece of work?
Hint:
Bright Red and shining Heels!
Roald Dahl
Dahl is known for dark humor and grotesque scenarios in his children's books.
E.G. In his collection of children's poems (Revolting Rhymes) he reinterprets famous fairy-tales by providing absurd surprise endings in place of the traditional "happily-ever-after" formula.
Roald Dahl: Revolting Rhymes
Dominick
Would You Like A Treat? Answer This!
Guess Me!
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall;
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Cannot put Humpty Dumpty together again.

Guess Me!
Two legs sat upon three legs,
With one leg in his lap;
In comes four legs
And runs away with one leg;
Up jumps two legs,
Catches up three legs,
Throws it after four legs,
And makes him drop one leg.

What are we?

Guess Me!
As I was going to St. Ives,
I met a man with seven wives,
Every wife had seven sacks,
Every sack had seven cats,
Every cat had seven kits -
Kits, cats, sacks, and wives,
How many were going to St. Ives?
Janice
Lasting Appeal
short, rhyming poems that are easy to remember
relateable themes for children
familiar words to teach language
simple melodies that are within most vocal ranges
fun and engaging topics
Janice
Janice
Panelist 2
Panelist 2
Panelist 3
Would You Like A Treat? Answer us!
Emma (Panelist 7)
Guess Me!
Lives in winter,
Dies in summer,
And grows with its root upwards.

What am I?

LILIAN MOORE

1909-2004
Role as an educator

Scholastic Arrow Book Club
"Imagine making it possible for these youngsters to choose and buy good books for the price of comics!"

Council on Interracial Books for Children
Kelsey (Panelist 5)
Kelsey (Panelist 5)
What am I?
Hint: I make a delicious breakfast
An Egg!
Poetry
Kelsey (Panelist 5)
Dominick Panelist 6
Dominick (Panelist 6)
Emma (Panelist 7)
Ruth (Panelist 8)
Jack Prelutsky
Ruth (Panelist 8)
Some Of His Works
His inventive poems have inspired legions of children to fall in love with poetry
Took piano and voice lessons and was a regular in school shows.
Panelist 2
Silly poems have tickled even the most stubborn funny bones, while his darker verses have spooked countless late-night readers.
Ruth (Panelist 8)
Answer:
An Icicle
Ruth (Panelist 8)
Answer: Only one was going to St. Ives.
A man, a stool, a leg of mutton, and a dog.
Thomas a Tattamus took two T's,
To tie two tups to two tall trees,
To frighten the terrible Thomas a Tattamus!
Tell me how many T's there are in all THAT!
Guess Me!
Answer:
TWo!
Biography
Wee Willie Winkie
*wrote in perspective of children

*Key devices used:
*rhyme
*alliteration
*onomatopoeia

CENTRAL THEMES
*nature
*experience
*Social action/awareness
POEMS
Mother goose poems have been translated into several different languages and appeals to an international audience.
International Appeal
** Spider's Beginning

** Fireflies
Wee Willie Winkie runs through the
town,
Up stairs and down stairs in his night-
gown,
Tapping at the window, crying at the
lock,
Are the children in their bed, for it's past ten o'
clock
?

Hey, Willie Winkie, are you coming in?
The cat is singing purring sounds to the sleeping hen,
The dog's spread out on the floor, and doesn't give a
cheep
,
But here's a wakeful little boy who will not fall
asleep
!

Anything but sleep, you rogue! glowering like the moon,'
Rattling in an iron jug with an iron spoon,
Rumbling, tumbling round about, crowing like a cock,
Shrieking like I don't know what, waking sleeping folk.

Hey, Willie Winkie - the child's in a creel!
Wriggling from everyone's knee like an eel,
Tugging at the cat's ear, and confusing all her thrums
Hey, Willie Winkie - see, there he comes!"

Weary is the mother who has a dusty child,
A small short little child, who can't run on his own,
Who always has a battle wi' sleep before he'll close an eye
But a kiss from his rosy lips gives strength anew to me.
"Poems should be like fireworks, packed carefully and artfully, ready to explode with unpredictable
effects,"
**Listen
*Glasgow, Scotland
*Wood Turner and Cabinet Maker
*Scottish Lyricist and poet
*Whistle-binkie (1839-43)
*Willie Winkie
Willie Winkie Song
-artist, illustrator, author, and poet
-born 1812 in England
-ushered the great age of nonsense with Book of Nonsense (1846)
-famous for his limericks



There was a girl in our town,
Silk an' satin was her gown,
Silk an' satin, gold an' velvet,
Guess her name, three times I've telled it.
Guess Me!
Answer:
Ann
THank YOu!!!
Denslow's Downfall
developed a healthy dislike for poetry
spent six months drawing imaginary animals in ink and watercolor.
http://www.jackprelutsky.com/flash/index.html
Another Treat?
Who do you think mother Goose is in your opinon??
She really is a witch...
Introduced himself as:
"Mr Abebika kratoponoko Prizzikalo Kattefello Ablegorabalus Ableborinto phashyph"

OR

"Chakonoton the Cozovex Dossi Fossi Sini Tomentilla Coronilla Polentilla Battledore & Shuttlecock Derry down Derry Dumps"
Limericks: a short, humorous, usually nonsense poem with five lines and with the rhyming structure AABBA
On the
Ning Nang Nong
Where the Cows go
Bong!
and the monkeys all say
BOO!
There's a
Nong Nang Ning
Where the trees go
Ping!
And the tea pots
jibber jabber joo
.
On the
Nong Ning Nang
All the mice go
Clang
And you just can't catch 'em when they do!
So it's
Ning Nang Nong
Cows go
Bong!
Nong Nang Ning
Trees go P
ing!
Nong Ning Nang
The mice go
Clang!
What a noisy place to belong
is the
Ning Nang Ning Nang Nong
!
-Childlike delight in playing with words
-Light and rhythmical

A Pizza The Size Of The Sun
I’m making a pizza the size of the sun,
a pizza that’s sure to weigh more than a ton,
a pizza too massive to pick up and toss,
a pizza resplendent with oceans of sauce.

I’m topping my pizza with mountains of cheese,
with acres of peppers, pimentos, and peas,
with mushrooms, tomatoes, and sausage galore,
with every last olive they had at the store.

My pizza is sure to be one of a kind,
my pizza will leave other pizzas behind,
my pizza will be a delectable treat
that all who love pizza are welcome to eat.

The oven is hot, I believe it will take
a year and a half for my pizza to bake.
I hardly can wait till my pizza is done,
my wonderful pizza the size of the sun.
Spooky Works
Author of more the 40 diffrent childrens poems.
Be glad your nose is on your face,
not pasted on some other place,
for if it were where it is not,
you might dislike your nose a lot.

Imagine if your precious nose
were sandwiched in between your toes,
that clearly would not be a treat,
for you'd be forced to smell your feet.

Your nose would be a source of dread
were it attached atop your head,
it soon would drive you to despair,
forever tickled by your hair.

Within your ear, your nose would be
an absolute catastrophe,
for when you were obliged to sneeze,
your brain would rattle from the breeze.

Your nose, instead, through thick and thin,
remains between your eyes and chin,
not pasted on some other place--
be glad your nose is on your face!
Jack Prelutsky
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